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THE WELLESLEYAN 1936 Jean Anderson " Words are women, deeds are men. " “Mikado " (1) ; “Chonita " (3) ; Office Assistant (3) ; Glee Club (1, 3). Charles Beecher, Jr. “Wit and wisdom born in a man. " Track (1, 2) ; Cross Country (2) ; Soccer (3) ; Tennis (3) ; Senior Play Committee (3); “Mikado " fl); “Cho- nita” (3) ; Senior Play; Student Council (3) ; Business Manager of Year Book; Corresponding Secretary of Student Council (3) ; “B“ Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) ; Psi Eta Fraternity (3) ; Glee Club (1. 3) ; Photography Club (1). Eurydice Barkas “The bravest are the tendere9t, the loving are the daring. " “Mikado " (1) ; “Chonita " (3) ; Chorus (1. 3) ; Office Assistant (3) ; Glee Club (1, S) ; Dramatic Club (2). Bruno Bennotti “A little body doth often harbour a great soul. " Baseball (1, 3) ; Basketball (2, 3) ; Soccer Letter (3) ; Cross Country 12) ; “B " Honor Roll (1) ; Photography Club (1); Criminology Club (2). Ruth Bartlett “Good cheer is no hindrance to a good life. " Hockey (1, 2, 3) ; Basketball (1, 2 ) ; Property Committee Senior Play; Usher at Graduation (2) ; Honor Soci¬ ety (3) ; Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) : Type¬ writing Club (1) ; Universe Club (2) ; Poetry-Knitting Club (3). Lillian Bergonzoni “Her artistic talents were of the highest class. " Hockey (1) ; Art Editor of Year Book (3) ; Orchestra (1, 2, 3) ; " B " Honor Roll (3). Robert Beal “Sound of body, sound of mind. " Soccer Letter (3) ; President of Dra¬ matic Club (3) ; Photography Ciub (1) ; Criminology Club (2) ; Dramatic Club (3). Barbara Blodgett “Her own character is the arbitrator of everyone ' s fortune. " Hockey (1, 2, 3) ; Basketball (1, 2, 3) ; Archery (2, 3) ; Tennis (3) ; Hockey fl, 3) ; Property Committee for Senior Play (3) ; Usher at Graduation (2) ; Home Room Chairman (1) ; Secretary of Student Council ; Home Room Treas¬ urer (3) ; Honor Society (3) ; “B " Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) ; Typewriting Club; Universe Club; Poetry-Knitting Club. AW J Page Sixteen
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THE WELLESLEYAN 1936 CLASS HISTORY This to remind the senior class Of the glorious days that came to pass While we were students of the institution. It starts with a Thanksgiving contribution. 1933- 34 Limousines and rattle-traps arranged in long array Were quickly filled with pupils, and, then started on the way To Needham, where with tooting, cheers and songs, and other noise We predicted football victory for eleven Wellesley boys. That year the gallant football squad shared with the hockey girls A delicious turkey supper and conversational pearls. Next, after dinner speakers, movies, games and, lots of fun We left to go to play night, where, of course, ours was best done. The vain attempts of the “Pot Boilers” writer To create a successful play, were brighter Before he invented his very strange characters Who later toward him seemed like malefactors. 1934- 35 The football boys of thirty four, en masse, were diplomatic, At a hockey game they yelled and cheered in manner most fanatic; The girls were pleased and flattered, overcome by sudden fame, And, sure enough, they all turned up at the next day’s football game. Our compliments we were glad to pay After “Light in the Pumpkin,” the Junior play, To the competent actors who on the stage Presented pseudo-mystery, romance, and rage. The basketball game of the girls’ varsity ’Gainst the boys’, was as funny as it could be; Rules were compiled and interpreted too By Herbert Snow, Esquire, gym coach to you. Up on the platform three Juniors were gratified When their election to the National Honor Society was ratified. Next year they were similarly lauded with others. The class enjoys claim to such sisters and brothers. 1935- 36 In the theatre of thirty-six we see The all star cast of a comedy, A mystery comedy to have it straight, Entitled, “The Seven Keys to Baldpate.” Just watch the graduates, summing one twenty two, Thirty seven to college when they are through, Thirty more to specialty school, in part Nursing, business, dramatic, and art. As you wander some day through the Hall of Fame Stop and examine the roll, name by name. You’ll be sure to find present there on the list Some friends from the class of thirty-six. Page Fifteen
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THE WELLESLEYAN 1936 Louise Boyd “A witty woman is a treasure, " Archery (2) ; Field Hockey 2) ; Sport Dance Committee, Senior Dance Com¬ mittee; Student Council (3); Repre¬ sentative of Student Council in Brigh¬ ton ; Treasurer of Senior Class ; Type¬ writing Club (1) ; Knitting-Poetry Club (3). Alice Burke " Her voice is ever soft and low. " Gym Meet (1) ; Chorus (1, 3) ; Office Assistant (1, 2. 3) ; Dramatic Club (1) ; Dance Club (2. 3). Agnee Brodie " Speech is silver, silence is golden. " Cashier of lunch-room. Arthur Burleigh, Jr. " A man of gladnesB seldom falls into madness. " Baseball (1) ; Hockey (1, 2 , 3) ; Senior Class Nominating Commitee; Senior Play; Amateur Night (3); Harmonica Club (3); Orchestra (1). Eleanor Bryson " She can make a weeping willow laugh. " Hockey (1. 2, 8) ; Basketball (1. 2 , 3) ; Tennis (2, 8) ; " Mikado " (1) ; Traffic Squad (1. 2) ; " B " Honor Roll (3) ; Dramatic Club (1) ; Universe Club (2) ; Knitting-Poetry Club (3) ; Glee Club (1). p Edward Burtt " Good reputation is more valuable than money. " Football (1. 2, 8) ; Tennis (1) ; Track (3) ; Chairman of Publicity Commit¬ tee of Football Dance (3) ; Year Book Committee; Orchestra (1, 2, 3). Edith Bulger " ’Tis the mind that makes the body rich. " Dancing Club (2, 8) ; Hockey (3) ; Basketball (2, 3) ; Office Assistant (3) ; Dramatic Club (1) ; Knitting Club (8). Dorothy Carman " Laughter and mirth, always on hand, Ready for her to command. " Baseball (1. 2, 8) ; Basketball (1, 2. 3) ; Captain (2) ; Hockey Team (1, 2, 3); " Mikado” (1); Traffic Squad (1, 2, 3) ; Glee Club (1) ; Typewriting Club (1) ; Dancing Club (2). Page Seventeen
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